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A 93-post collection

End to End Testing - Real Talk JavaScript Episode 3

Have you ever wondered what problems end-to-end (e2e) testing can help solve for you when applied to your applications? Dan Wahlin walks through his recent experiences with e2e testing, the problems it solves, why he uses it, and the tools he uses in this week's episode of Real Talk JavaScript. John and Ward talk with Dan Wahlin about how he approaches and finds value in end-to-end testing tools. Dan discusses what brought him to end-to-end tests and his experience with Cypress.io and Protractor. Dan will also be joining the hosts for future episodes! Tweet Real Talk JavaScript is available on all the major podcast channels, every Tuesday morning! Please follow us at @realtalkjs on Twitter...


Touring What's New in the Angular CLI

Recently I presented "Touring What's New in the Angular CLI" at Angular Mix. A lot has changed or been added in v6 and the forthcoming v7. You can check out the description below and the slides, as well. While you were sleeping, the Angular CLI had a makeover. There are new features and several improvements to the features you already love. We'll walk through a tour of the best new features and changes including updating your angular app to a new version, adding other libraries, and creating Angular libraries. We'll also run through building an app from scratch using the CLI. Whether you are new to the Angular CLI or it's a familiar old friend to you, this session will...


Scaling React - Real Talk JavaScript Episode 1

The first episode of our podcast Real Talk JavaScript is now available! You can find it on all the major podcast channels, every Tuesday morning! Two of my favorites are [Stitcher] (https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/realtalk-javascript) and iTunes, but it's on many other podcast channels too such as Google Play and TuneIn. John and Ward talk to Brian Holt about his experiences scaling react and other javascript based applications. Brian discusses the roles that the human element, dev ops, linting, building, the libraries themselves and state management play in scaling javascript, based on his experiences at Reddit, LinkedIn, and Netflix. Tweet Please follow us at @realtalkjs on Twitter We hope you enjoy it! John Papa, Ward Bell, and Dan...


Pushing Node.js to Azure While You Make Your Coffee

Many of us enjoy our coffee in the morning ... or late afternoon ... or whenever we can get a dose of "wake me up". It takes just a few minutes. But those are also precious minutes away from the keyboard where I feel most productive. Often I run a process when I go to make my coffee, but so many take so long that it is nice when I can get something done in just a few seconds or minutes. I've been using this relatively new command for Azure called az webapp up. It pushes my node.js apps up to Azure without asking me a ton of questions. Run it in a folder and give it a name and boom!...


Angular and VS Code Training in May/June

Do you want to learn Angular from 0 to 60? Maybe you know Angular and want to go a little deeper into architecture patterns and NgRx. Or maybe you want to learn how to maximize your JavaScript and Web skills with VS Code. Join me for one of my upcoming workshops on beginner and advanced training on Angular and VS Code! Limited space is available. These are the last workshops I'll be hosting for the Spring in both the USA and Europe. Here is the short list, with full details below. VS Code Can Do That (1 day) - May 15 @ Atlanta, GA, USA Angular Essentials (2 day beginner to intermediate) - May 16-17 @ Atlanta, GA, USA Angular Fundamentals (1...